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October 24, 2023

QUIÑONES-TIRONE: Reaching teens on the fringes

Today’s teens on the fringes include the materially, socially and spiritually poor. What does it mean?

October 24, 2023

NGUYEN: Saying ‘I love you’ never gets old

The greatest joy and happiness for mothers is to hear their children say, “I love you.” Similarly, the Blessed Virgin Mary smiles down from heaven when we pray the Rosary. As we honor her in doing so, each and every Hail Mary we utter declares our love for her.

October 24, 2023

NAJAR: Hospice Care - Dignified care for the end-of-life

The final stage of our earthly journey towards eternal life is often not easy. Our Catholic tradition reassures us that we do not have to suffer alone, especially with palliative therapy.

October 24, 2023

NAJAR: Cuidado de Hospicio - Atención digna para el final de la vida

Las conversaciones sobre la muerte parecen incómodos a la mayoría de las personas. Sin embargo, la forma en que nos preparamos para esta experiencia puede hacer un mundo de diferencia, ya sea de consuelo o desolación.

October 10, 2023

Scouts find Eucharistic spirituality on retreat (PHOTOS)

Archdiocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting hosted its annual Scouts Retreat and 2023 Puff Up events.

October 10, 2023

Sugar Land school earns third National Blue Ribbon award

St. Laurence Catholic School welcomes repeated recognition

October 10, 2023

Annual Firefighters Mass set to honor, bless first responders on Oct. 15

On Sunday, Oct. 15, the Archdiocese will thank and pray for all firefighters and volunteers at the Annual Archdiocesan Firefighters Mass.

October 10, 2023

Answering the Gospel call to serve: Extending God’s love, care to vulnerable communities

Driven by the call of the Gospel, the Office of Justice and Peace strives to extend the love and care of God to all, transcending boundaries and embracing the diverse community it serves within the Archdiocese.

October 10, 2023

Mission begins by meeting Jesus in the Scriptures and Eucharist, pope says

The connection between the missionary call of every disciple and the gift of Jesus present in the Eucharist was at the center of Pope Francis’ message for World Mission Sunday, which will be celebrated on Oct. 22.

October 10, 2023

Celebrate World Mission Sunday with the Rosary

Looking for a unique way to mark World Mission Sunday? In this month of the Rosary, turn to the World Mission rosary, which is a unique tool to both pray and speak about the missions of the Church.

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